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Definition of yo-yo verb from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



NAmE//ˈyoʊ yoʊ//
[intransitive] (+ adv./prep.)Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they yo-yo he / she / it yo-yos past simple yo-yoed -ing form yo-yoing
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to change repeatedly in size, amount, quality, etc. from one extreme to another When I was young, my weight yo-yoed between 140 and 190 pounds. The paper industry has yo-yoed between boom and bust.
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